Monthly Archives: January 2014

Firing Day and Decorating Day

The firing day, oh my oh my was a chilly, wind beaten, rain drenched one. We were exhausted purely by being out in that kind of weather all day without the effect of all the hard work and concentration. It … Continue reading

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Packing a Kiln Day

So the pots were all glazed and awaiting. As always it is so hard to judge the correct quantity and type of pots. I swing between thinking I haven’t nearly enough then thinking I have way too many, and too … Continue reading

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Getting Ready

So the last of the pots have been slipped and (hopefully) dried and most are now glazed and awaiting packing in the kiln. There have been some new tygs, perfect for your loved one for Valentines day, hint hint. I … Continue reading

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M, m, m, m, m, m, m, m, Mug Time

It’s coming up to firing time so that makes it mug time! I always like to put mugs in the wood kiln and I like making lots of different ones. This time I went for two shapes, but lots of … Continue reading

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Quiet and Loud

I was sitting quietly making pots today, in a manner a bit like this, you know all serene and calm, just floating along making barely a ripple on the water (in my head at least). Then there are days when … Continue reading

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Potting in a Pair

Productive and fun.

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Happy 2014

Raw jars. Image by Phil Rigby. A few days in to the new year already and I have been somewhat neglectful of my blog but wishing you a very happy new year and I hope that it will be one … Continue reading

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